Apps for the Holiday Bloomington Handmade Market are now open;)
Applications for our 13th Bloomington Handmade Market are now LIVE!!!! Tell your friends!
"The Switchyard Artist Market is looking for fine artists, indie crafters, makers, industrial artists and vintage sellers in the Bloomington, Indiana area. We're looking to put on handmade and vintage market like no other in Bloomington. "
Heeeyyy you gaaaizzz! Applications are open for the first annual E'ville Indie Makers Market! Coming this October we will be all up in the beautiful Wildey Thea...ter in downtown Edwardsville. Then we are gonna own that place every mid/late October from here on out!
There will be makers(that's you), there will be food(you can eat that), there will be beer(you can drink that!), and there will be a costume party VIP event on Friday night(=O).
We will be on the top two floors of the theatre, both of which have recently been restored to all their glory. Don't worry, there's an elevator for loading and unloading! We will be selling tickets to an early buying/costume party/catered noms event on Friday night and then open to the public all day Saturday and Sunday.
Get on over to the website and get your app in! What else do you have to do this morning? Work? Psshh.
Guess I'll post this again, even though it was the last thing just posted . sorry for the repeat, but time is running out;) http://bloomingtongathering.wordpress.com/apply/
Applications to take part in the Gathering Holiday Pop-Up (month-long) are now live;)
Bloomington Handmade Market applications are open!!
Has anyone else applied for the 54th and Monon show in Indianapolis? I applied, but my check hasn't been cashed, I've heard neither yes or no, and the fair is coming up rather soon. Thanks for your help! --candice
Alright, well, I don't mean to be mean, but after trying several times to correspond with The Big Crafty and receiving absolutely no response, my associate and I have decided that's not a good sign. Not gonna apply. Good luck to those who applied, though! It looks like it's probably a fun show, and Asheville seems cool!
Want to learn encaustic collage? Sign up for this class! I did it last month. It's really fun!
Our May 16 Encaustic Collage workshop is moving to a new venue - The Harrison Center for the Arts! You won't want to miss this evening of great company, creativity and a delicious summery cocktail! Please email us at email@example.com to request a reservation.